CESL inks pact with IIT Bombay to establish EV charging infrastructure

State-owned on Friday signed a Letter of Association with the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT-B)…

Hydrogen rush could shift world energy order

By Thomas Sattich, University of Stavanger and Charis Palmer In a small room in Delft, Netherlands,…

Shirdi Sai Electricals gets LoA for setting up 4,000 MW Solar PV Modules manufacturing facility

Shirdi Sai Electricals Limited (SSEL), a city-based manufacturer of transformers on Friday said it received Letter…

India proposes new rules to push green energy use in industries

India has proposed new rules to lower emissions and fight climate change, including setting a minimum…

India falling behind on near-term renewables goal, says ReNew Energy Global

India may be one of the fastest-growing power markets, but it’s running behind in…

View: India’s big opportunity to become a leader in green hydrogen

India’s current energy import bill is over $160 billion (Rs 12 lakh crore) a year. The…

Looking forward to working with India to make it energy independent by 2047: ExxonMobil leadership

Companies like ExxonMobil are looking forward to working with India to find cleaner sources of energy…

The world’s slow transition to cleaner energy

The transition towards cleaner energy has made progress but not quick enough to limit global warming…

Focus is on bringing increased capacity into the sector particularly renewables: Somesh Kumar, Partner & Leader- Power, EY

In an interview with ET Now, Somesh Kumar, Partner & Leader – Power, EY, talks about…

EV customers facing charging roadblocks

When Roshan John, a Bengaluru-based IT engineer, brought home an electric scooter in June this year,…